CFHS code : PL227

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : In Loving Memory of SUSAN beloved wife of CHARLES FEW d Nov 15 1900 age 57 also SIDNEY CHARLES [FEW] son of the above who died of enteric at Charlestown South Africa Jun 12 1902 age 24 also CHARLES husband of the above who entered into his well earned rest Feb 28 1913 in his 75th year

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.20210363, 0.13628249 – click here for location

The Few headstone September 2016.
Few headstone September 2016

Monument

Headstone with Gothic pointed top, with carved rondel containing two clasped hands with laurel sprig over and blank scroll under, without kerb stones. The monument is located in the parish area of St Paul to the east of the west path, slightly north of a line from the Lodge.

Inscription

‘In loving memory of [carved: joined hands and laurel sprig]
Susan beloved wife of Charles Few
entered into rest Nov 15 1900 aged 57 years.’
“Only a step ren…, and that sleep and bliss.”

‘Also Sidney Charles, son of the above
who died of Enteric at Charlestown South Africa
June 12 1902 aged 24 years.’
“God’s finger touched him and he slept.”

‘Also Charles, husband of the above,
who entered into his well earned rest Feb 28 1913 in his 75th year’

Susan Few (d 1900)

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Sidney Charles Few (c1878‒1902)see also Life Story page

Sidney died in the second Boer War in South Africa.

Charles Few (d 1913)

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By Ian Bent

Charles Few; Sidney Charles Few; Susan Few